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BurdenBuiltShipowner or operator Dimensions
5,359 gross 1880 at Glasgow by Robert Napier & Sons Allan Line, Liverpool, England 440.8ft x 46.2ft x 25.2ft 
 Year Departure ArrivalRemarks
 1880  Nov. 4, launched as one of the largest vessel yet built, and the first to have bilge keelsAtlantic Journey ID 636
 1881  Mar. 10, maiden voyage Liverpool - Halifax - BostonAtlantic Journey ID 639
 1881  Liverpool  Mar. 10  Halifax  Mar. 21 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1881  Liverpool  Apr. 28  Quebec  May 06 Londonderry 1881-04-29Transatlantc ID
 1881  Liverpool  June 09  Quebec  June 18 Londonderry 1881-06-10. Captain J. UlytieTransatlantc ID
 1881  Liverpool  July 21  Quebec  July 29 Londonderry 1881-07-22Transatlantc ID
 1881  Liverpool  Sept. 01  Quebec  Sept. 09 Londonderry 1881-09-02. Arrived Quebec in the morningTransatlantc ID
 1881  Liverpool  Oct. 20  Quebec  Oct. 29 Londonderry 1881-10-21Transatlantc ID
 1881  Liverpool  Dec. 01  Halifax  Dec. 10 Londonderry. Also reported departure Liverpool 1881-11-20 - Londonderry next dayTransatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  Jan. 10  Halifax  Jan. 21 Londonderry - BostonTransatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  Feb. 22  Halifax  Mar. 03 BostonTransatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  Apr. 05  Halifax  Apr. 14 Crossing the Ocean in 8 daysTransatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  May 18  Quebec  May 28 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  June 29  Quebec  July 07 Londonderry 1882-06-30Transatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  Aug. 10  Quebec  Aug. 18 Londonderry 1882-08-11Transatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  Sept. 21  Quebec  Sept. 29 Londonderry 1882-09-22Transatlantc ID
 1882  Liverpool  Oct. 26  Quebec  Nov. 03 Londonderry 1882-10-27Transatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  Jan. 11  Halifax  Jan. 24 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  Mar. 15  Halifax  Mar. 24 Londonderry 1883-03-16 - BaltimoreTransatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  Apr. 19  Halifax  Apr. 28 Baltimore (Also reported to arrive in Quebec)Transatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  May 24  Quebec  June 03 Londonderry 1883-05-25. Also reported arrive Quebeck 1883-06-02Transatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  July 05  Quebec  July 13 Londonderry 1883-07-06Transatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  Aug. 16  Quebec  Aug. 25 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  Sept. 20  Quebec  Sept. 28 Londonderry 1883-09-21Transatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  Oct. 25  Quebec  Nov. 03 Transatlantc ID
 1883  Liverpool  Dec. 06  Halifax  Dec. 16 PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  Jan. 17  Halifax  Jan. 28 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  Mar. 27  Halifax  Apr. 05 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  May 03  Quebec  May 13 Londonderry 1884-05-04Transatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  June 12  Quebec  June 20 Londonderry 1884-06-13Transatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  July 17  Quebec  July 25 Londonderry 1884-07-18Transatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  Aug. 16  Quebec  Aug. 25 Transatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  Sept. 18  Quebec  Sept. 28 Londonderry 1884-09-19Transatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  Oct. 23  Quebec  Nov. 01 Londonderry 1884-10-24Transatlantc ID
 1884  Liverpool  Dec. 04  Halifax  Dec. 15 Londonderry (Moville) - St. Johns - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  Jan. 01  Halifax  Jan. 13 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  Mar. 12  Halifax  Mar. 22 PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  May 07  Quebec  May 16 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  June 11  Quebec  June 19 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  July 09  Quebec  July 18 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  Aug. 13  Quebec  Aug. 21 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  Sept. 17  Quebec  Sept. 26 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  Oct. 22  Quebec  Nov. 01 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1885  Liverpool  Dec. 10  Halifax  Dec. 19 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1886  Liverpool  Mar. 25  Halifax  Apr. 04 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1886  Liverpool  May 06  Quebec  May 15 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1886  Liverpool  June 10  Quebec  June 19 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1886  Liverpool  July 15  Quebec  July 23 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1886  Liverpool  Aug. 19  Quebec  Aug. 29 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1886  Liverpool  Sept. 23  Quebec  Oct. 02 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1886  Liverpool  Oct. 28  Quebec  Nov. 08 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  Mar. 17  Halifax  Mar. 28 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  Apr. 28  Quebec  May 09 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  June 02  Quebec  June 11 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  July 07  Quebec  July 15 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  Aug. 11  Quebec  Aug. 19 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  Sept. 15  Quebec  Sept. 23 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  Oct. 20  Quebec  Oct. 28 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1887  Liverpool  Nov. 24  Halifax  Dec. 03 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  Mar. 13  Halifax  Mar. 23 Londonderry - BaltimoreTransatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  May 03  Quebec  May 12 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  June 07  Quebec  June 15 Londonderry 1888-06-08. Also reported arrive Quebec 1888-06-16Transatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  July 12  Quebec  July 20 Montreal. Journey of 7 days from LiverpoolTransatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  Aug. 16  Quebec  Aug. 24 Londonderry 1888-08-17. Journey of 7 days from LiverpoolTransatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  Sept. 20  Quebec  Sept. 29 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  Oct. 25  Quebec  Nov. 03 Also reported arrive 1888-11-01Transatlantc ID
 1888  Liverpool  Dec. 06  Halifax  Dec. 15 PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  Apr. 14  Halifax  Mar. 22 Londonderry - Portland. Also reported to arrive Halifax 1889-03-24Transatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  Mar. 14  Halifax  Mar. 24 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  Apr. 25  Quebec  May 04 Also reported arrive 1889-05-02Transatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  May 30  Quebec  June 10 Londonderry- Montreal. Also reported to arrive Quebec 1889-06-08Transatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  July 04  Quebec  July 16 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  Aug. 08  Quebec  Aug. 16 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  Sept. 12  Quebec  Sept. 20 LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool  Oct. 17  Quebec  Oct. 25 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1889  Liverpool     America  Nov. 30 ?? Port of Quebec or HalifaxTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  Jan. 02  Halifax  Jan. 14 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  Mar. 27  Halifax  Apr. 05 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool     Quebec  May 10 Transatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  May 01  Quebec  May 12 Londonderry 1890-05-02 - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  June 05  Quebec  June 13 Londonderry 1890-06-06- MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  July 10  Quebec  July 18 Londonderry 1890-07-11 - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  Aug. 14  Quebec  Aug. 22 Londonderry 1890-08-15 - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  Sept. 18  Quebec  Sept. 26 Londonderry 1890-09-19 - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  Oct. 23  Quebec  Nov. 01 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1890  Liverpool  Dec. 04  Halifax  Dec. 14 Londonderry 1890-12-05 - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1891  Liverpool  Mar. 26  Halifax  Apr. 05 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1891  Liverpool  Apr. 30  Quebec  May 09 Transatlantc ID
 1891  Liverpool  June 04  Quebec  June 12 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1891  Liverpool  July 09  Quebec  July 16 Londonderry - Montreal. Also reported to arrive Quebec 1891-07-18.Transatlantc ID
 1891  Liverpool  Aug. 13  Quebec  Aug. 21 Londonderry - Montreal. Arrived Quebec at 04:00 morning after just 6,5 days journey. Also reported to arrive Quebec 1891-08-20Transatlantc ID
 1891  Liverpool  Sept. 17  Quebec  Sept. 24 Londonderry - Montreal. Arrived in Quebec at 01:00 morning. Also reported to arrive 1891-09-26.Transatlantc ID
 1891  Liverpool  Oct. 22  Quebec  Oct. 30 Allan & State Line. Londonderry - Montreal.Transatlantc ID
 1891       Portland  Nov. 29 Allan & State LineTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  Mar. 24  Portland  Apr. 01 Londonderry. Also reported to arrive in Halifax 1892-04-02. Crossing the Ocean in 6 days and some hours. Allan & State LineTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  May 05  Quebec  May 14 Londonderry - Montreal. Allan & State Line, arrived Quebec at 02:00 night. Reported to arrive Montreal same date.Transatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  June 09  Quebec  June 17 Londonderry - Montreal. Allan & State LineTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  July 14  Quebec  July 22 Londonderry - Montreal. Allan & State LineTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  Aug. 18  Montreal  Aug. 27 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  Aug. 18  Quebec  Aug. 27 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  Sept. 22  Quebec  Oct. 01 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  Oct. 27  Quebec  Nov. 05 Londonderry - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1892  Liverpool  Dec. 15  Halifax  Dec. 25 Londonderry - PortlandTransatlantc ID
 1893  Liverpool  Mar. 23  Halifax  Apr. 02 Londonderry - Portland. Allan & State LineTransatlantc ID
 1893  Liverpool  May 04  Quebec  May 12 Londonderry - Montreall 1893-05-13Transatlantc ID
 1893       Quebec  June 16 Allan & State Line - Also reported to arrive in Montreal same dayTransatlantc ID
 1893       Quebec  July 21 Transatlantc ID
 1893       Montreal  Aug. 25 Allan & State Line - Also reported to arrive in Quebec 1893-08-24 after crossing the Atlantic Ocean in 6 days and 3 hoursTransatlantc ID
 1893       Montreal  Sept. 29 Allan & State Line. Also reported arrive in Quebec 1893-09-30Transatlantc ID
 1893       Montreal  Nov. 03 Allan & State Line. Reported to arrive in Quebec same dateTransatlantc ID
 1893       Quebec  Nov. 04 Arrived in the morningTransatlantc ID
 1894       Halifax  Apr. 01 Transatlantc ID
 1894       Quebec  May 12 Transatlantc ID
 1894       Montreal  June 15 Allan & State Line - Also reported arrive in Quebec 1894-06-16Transatlantc ID
 1894       Montreal  July 20 Also reported arrive in Quebec 1894-07-22Transatlantc ID
 1894       Montreal  Aug. 24 Allan-State Line - Also reported arrive Quebec 1894-08-25Transatlantc ID
 1895       Halifax  Mar. 31 Transatlantc ID
 1895       Quebec  May 11 Transatlantc ID
 1895       Quebec  June 15 Reported as a fast journey crossing the OceanTransatlantc ID
 1895       Quebec  July 20 Transatlantc ID
 1895       Quebec  Aug. 24 Transatlantc ID
 1895       Quebec  Sept. 29 Transatlantc ID
 1895       Quebec  Nov. 01 Transatlantc ID
 1896       Quebec  May 16 Transatlantc ID
 1896  Liverpool  June 11  Quebec  June 20 Arrived at Levis. Additional information submitted by Jim Thompson, MarylandTransatlantc ID
 1896       Quebec  July 24 Transatlantc ID
 1896       Quebec  Oct. 03 Transatlantc ID
 1896       Quebec  Nov. 06 Transatlantc ID
 1897       Quebec  Aug. 13 Transatlantc ID
 1897       Quebec  Sept. 18 Transatlantc ID
 1898       Portland  Jan. 03 Transatlantc ID
 1898  Liverpool  Mar. 24  Halifax  Apr. 01 Departed Liverpool at noon 12:00 and arrived in Halifax in the morningTransatlantc ID
 1898       Quebec  May 07 Arrived in the morningTransatlantc ID
 1898       Quebec  Aug. 05 Transatlantc ID
 1898       Quebec  Sept. 29 Transatlantc ID
 1898       Quebec  Oct. 29 Transatlantc ID
 1898       Halifax  Nov. 28 Transatlantc ID
 1899  Rebuilt, new triple-expansion engines by Workman Clark & Co, Belfast, one funnel removed, and pole masts without yardsAtlantic Journey ID 637
 1899       Quebec  July 30 Transatlantc ID
 1899       Quebec  Sept. 07 Transatlantc ID
 1899       Quebec  Oct. 19 Transatlantc ID
 1899       Halifax  Nov. 23 Transatlantc ID
 1899       Halifax  Dec. 31 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Portland  Feb. 05 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Halifax  Mar. 03 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Portland  Mar. 29 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Quebec  June 07 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Quebec  July 14 Arrived in the morningTransatlantc ID
 1900       Quebec  Aug. 10 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Quebec  Sept. 22 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Quebec  Oct. 26 Transatlantc ID
 1900       Halifax  Dec. 04 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Portland  Mar. 26 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Quebec  Apr. 26 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Quebec  May 25 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Quebec  June 29 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Quebec  Aug. 02 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Quebec  Sept. 05 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Quebec  Oct. 11 Transatlantc ID
 1901       Halifax  Nov. 08 Transatlantc ID
 1902  Marconi wireless telegraph fittedAtlantic Journey ID 638
 1902       Halifax  Jan. 24 Transatlantc ID
 1902       Quebec  Apr. 24 Arrived in the morningTransatlantc ID
 1902       Quebec  May 30 Transatlantc ID
 1902       Quebec  June 27 Transatlantc ID
 1902       Quebec  July 31 Transatlantc ID
 1902       Quebec  Sept. 04 Transatlantc ID
 1902       Quebec  Oct. 11 Transatlantc ID
 1902       Halifax  Nov. 15 Transatlantc ID
 1902       Halifax  Dec. 22 Transatlantc ID
 1903       Halifax  Feb. 01 Transatlantc ID
 1903  Liverpool  Mar. 05  Halifax  Mar. 12 More then 2000 emigrant for Canada. Date of arrival not reportedTransatlantc ID
 1903       Quebec  May 22 Transatlantc ID
 1903       Quebec  July 31 Transatlantc ID
 1903       Quebec  Sept. 04 Transatlantc ID
 1903       Quebec  Nov. 13 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Halifax  Mar. 11 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Quebec  May 21 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Quebec  June 17 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Quebec  July 16 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Quebec  Aug. 13 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Quebec  Oct. 07 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Quebec  Nov. 04 Transatlantc ID
 1904       Halifax  Dec. 09 Transatlantc ID
 1905  Glasgow - New YorkAtlantic Journey ID 640
 1905       Quebec  Oct. 20 Transatlantc ID
 1906  Glasgow - BostonAtlantic Journey ID 641
 1909  Glasgow - BostonAtlantic Journey ID 642
 1911  Glasgow - Halifax - BostonAtlantic Journey ID 643
 1912  Apr. 15-16: took part in the search for victims after the ill fated steamship Titanic struck an iceberg and sank. Atlantic Journey ID 644
 1912  Apr. 17: arrived at Halifax with the news that she had not found any survivors from the TitanicAtlantic Journey ID 10829
 1913  Glasgow - Halifax - BostonAtlantic Journey ID 645
 1914  Sold to ship breakers in ItalyAtlantic Journey ID 646
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges
Picture of the Parisian as she was riginally constructed before the refitting in 1899
the Parisian as she was riginally constructed before the refitting in 1899
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The S/S Parisian was built 1881 for the Allan Line by R Napier & Sons in Glasgow as the first North Atlantic mail steamer built of steel and the first with bilge keels. Her tonnage was 5,359 tons gross, 5,154 under deck and 3,445 net. Break 15 tons, and, forecastle 13 tons. Straight bow, 2 funnels and 4 masts. She had a single screw, and compound inverted engine with 3 cylinders of 60 and (2) 85 in. diameter respectively, stroke 60 inches. The engine engine was built by the same company as the hull and delivered 800 horse power, giving her a speed of 14 knots. There was accommodation for 150 first , 100 second , and 1000 passengers on steerage. In 1899 she was refitted with a triple-expansion engine delivering 774 nominal horse power, the engine was delivered by Workman, Clark & Co in Belfast. She was also refitted with one funnel, and pole masts without yards. On July 20th 1899 she resumed Liverpool-Quebec-Montreal service. In 1902 she was fitted with Marconi wireless telegraphy. On March 16th 1905 she made her last voyage on the Liverpool-Halifax-St. John, New Brunswick route. Her call sign was: VJSD. Official registration #: 84294.

Allan Line steamship Parisian on the Mersey, Liverpool - as she appeared before she was rebuilt in 1899
Parisian on the Mersey, Liverpool - as she appeared before she was rebuilt in 1899
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Allan Line steamship Parisian at Havre, as she appeared after she was rebuilt in 1899
Parisian at Havre, as she appeared after she was rebuilt in 1899
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Allan Line steamship Parisian at Quebec
The Parisian at Quebec
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Allan Line steamship Parisian at Liverpool
The Parisian at the landing stage, Liverpool
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Parisian, Allan Line steamship - at Liverpool
The Parisian at Liverpool
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Allan Line steamship Parisian
Allan Line steamship Parisian
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On Monday, March 25th, 1905, the Parisian's Passengers were in fearful peril of death through Collision in Daylight. The Allan Liner, with 900 persons on board, was rammed at Halifax harbor entrance by the Hamburg-American Steamer Albano. (The Parisian had departed Liverpool March 16th 1905) The Parisian was at a standstill, receiving Pilot Flemming. Captain J.M. Johnston observed the German ship approaching and felt sure they would "haul off" or "clear" them. He heard the Albano's signal "We are going astern", but the Albano did not go astern and crashed into the Parisian's starboard side. Captain Johnston called "full speed ahead" and averted a collision amidships in the engine room. The after-compartments abaft of No. 4 hold were stove in, a hole "big enough for a man to walk through." The Parisian was towed to pier 2, where she settled on the bottom. [she was repaired and re-floated] Soon after it came to be known that the Parisian had been in collision, somebody started the rumour that she had been sunk and all lives lost. This caused an immediate rush to Deep Water. The next morning the rush began in earnest and from daylight till late at night all classes and conditions of people were there. None were supposed to go down to the pier, but they were there just the same, all having a look. There were many boats on the harbor. The camera man was also in evidence, and they got many interesting pictures. The Pretorian on the north side of No. 2 pier had a large number of sightseers on board, a good view of the Parisian and her injuries being obtainable from her. It is estimated that 10,000 people at least saw the steamers. The Albano also came in for observation, being as she was at the pier north of that at which the Parisian was sunk. The Albano's Captain Kudenhold (and Pilot Hayes) had no comment to the incident.

Allan Line steamship Parisian sunk in the harbor after colliding off Halifax harbor 1905
Parisian sunk after colliding off Halifax harbor 1905
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Allan Line steamship Parisian - sunk at Halifax 1905
Allan Line steamship Parisian - sunk at Halifax 1905
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Parisian, Allan Line steamship - cabin plan
Parisian, Allan Line steamship - cabin plan
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